Ruslan Petrukhin

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High performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) with ultraviolet (UV) spectrophotometric detection is a common method for analyzing reaction products in organic chemistry. This procedure would benefit from a computational model for predicting the relative response of organic molecules. Models are now reported for the prediction of the integrated UV absorbance(More)
The potential utility of data reduction methods (e.g. principal component analysis) for the analysis of matrices assembled from the related properties of large sets of compounds is discussed by reference to results obtained from solvent polarity scales, ongoing work on solubilities and sweetness properties, and proposed general treatments of toxicities and(More)
In an attempt to develop predictive tools for the determination of new ionic liquid solvents, QSPR models for the melting points of 126 structurally diverse pyridinium bromides in the temperature range 30-200 degrees C were developed with the CODESSA program. Six- and two-descriptor equations with squared correlation coefficients (R(2)) of 0.788 and 0.713,(More)
Improved models for predicting viscosities at 20 °C were generated using three different methods for descriptor selection. Data set of 361 diverse organic molecules and their experimental viscosities were used for developing the models. Molecular properties are encoded by 822 initial descriptors computed by the CODESSA program. CODESSA, GFA and CROMRsel(More)
A quantitative structure-reactivity relationship (QSRR) study of the decarboxylation rates of 6-nitrobenzisoxazole-3-carboxylic acid (Kemp, D. S.; Paul, K. G. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1975, 97, 7305). employing the CODESSA program correlates the effect of 24 solvents with theoretical descriptors to provide a straightforward interpretation of these solvent effects(More)
A quantitative structure property relationship investigation was performed on the lipophilicities of a number of hydantoin derivatives as measured by the RP-HPLC retention times provided by Scholl et al. (Scholl, S.; Koch, A.; Henning, D.; Kempter, G.; Kleinpeter, E. Struct. Chem. 1999, 10, 355-366). The lipophilicities (S) were correlated with the(More)
As part of our general QSPR treatment of solubility (started in the preceding paper), we now present quantitative relationships between solvent structures and the solvation free energies of individual solutes. Solvation free energies of 80 diverse organic solutes are each modeled in a range from 15 to 82 solvents using our CODESSA PRO software. Significant(More)
We present an extended QSPR modeling of solubilities of about 500 substances in series of up to 69 diverse solvents. The models are obtained with our new software package, CODESSA PRO, which is furnished with an advanced variable selection procedure and a large pool of theoretically derived molecular descriptors. The squared correlation coefficients and(More)
The melting points of several imidazolium-based ionic liquids or ionic liquid analogues were correlated using the CODESSA program in order to develop predictive tools for determination of suitable ionic liquid salts. The data set consisted of melting point data (degrees C) for 104 substituted imidazolium bromides divided on the basis of the N-substituents(More)